What if instead of going to the store to buy a new toilet brush, all you had to do was walk into your office and print one out? With recent advances in 3D printing, such a scenario might not be as far away as you think.
Special thanks to Ben Malouf of Acuity Design for letting us take some footage of his awesome 3D printers! Check them out at http://acuitydesign.co
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